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January 29, 2019 Can Senior Dogs Get Alzheimer’s?

One of the most common questions owners ask veterinarians about their senior dogs is “Can senior dogs get Alzheimer’s?” You may have noticed that your senior dog has started slowing down, or that she seems disoriented and anxious. Some of this is normal aging, but your dog could also have the canine equivalent of Alzheimer’s: Cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS). SOURCES: Read More

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June 5, 2017 6 Reasons to Keep Your Dog on a Leash

We’ve seen them. You know who I’m talking about. It’s your happy-go-lucky neighbors who don’t seem to feel it is necessary to keep their dog on a leash while his dog. Their dog struts down the street without a care in the world peeing here and there. All you want is to go on a peaceful walk, but the two dogs’ eyes meet and it’s on. The dogs stare each other down while posturing, barking and growling starts before the owner even notices. This scenario plays out on a daily basis again and again. The end of the story ranges from scare to fights, bites and costly trips to the …

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May 29, 2017 Summer Grooming Tips from the Experts at The Dirty Dog

Recently I wrote a blog about summer pet grooming tips, but I wanted to revisit the subject after having several conversations with pet parents about unfortunate mistakes they’d made when grooming their own dog or in the requests they made to their groom. Most people seem to just think that that dogs should have most of their shaved off for the summer months and that will do the trick. The truth is pet hair grows in seasonal cycles. In the winter, the hair lies close to the skin, but in the summer it fluffs up allowing them to regulate their internal temperature more efficiently. Hair overexposed to air can tickle …

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